10 Best Public Art Podcasts

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Public Art Podcasts

Here are 10 Best Public Art Podcasts worth listening to in 2023

1. Talking Public Art

Talking Public Art Kent, England, UK
A series of stylishly produced conversational podcasts about the ins and outs and highs and lows of making high quality art in the public realm.Louise Francis and Laura Knight, co-directors of FrancisKnight, talk with a number of recognised experts in the field about best practice and why public art is so important.
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Play 1.3K 1 episode / year Avg Length 40 min Get Email Contact

2. First Coat

First Coat Brooklyn, New York, US
First Coat is about public realm art, how it's made, and why it matters. Join your host Stephanie Echeveste, artist and owner of Distill Creative, as she interviews artists, real estate developers, and cultural producers involved in the creation of public art and site-specific art projects.
Play 335 3 episodes / year Avg Length 42 min Get Email Contact

3. Sightlines

Sightlines Your monthly guide to the visual arts in Dunedin and beyond. Join presenter Sally McMillan in conversation with art creators, collectors, conservators, and curators. Proudly brought to you by the Dunedin Public Art Gallery Society.
Play 406 1 episode / month Avg Length 26 min Get Email Contact


ART IN THE OPEN Montreal, Quebec, Canada
In this conversational style podcast, Montreal artist Shelley Miller sits down with creatives and professionals who work in and around the industries of art in public spaces. She'll speak with other artists who make art for and in public spaces and get their unique take on how and why they work in this field, the challenges they face, and the rewards.
Play 5 episodes / year Avg Length 56 min Get Email Contact

5. If These Walls Could Talk

If These Walls Could Talk This podcast explores the process and best practices for creating successful mural projects. Each episode will be a half-hour deep dive interview with art advocates, artists, art commissioners, and public art planners, as well as field notes from past mural projects to both demystify the process as well celebrate the impact of a public space activated through art.
Play 9 episodes / year Avg Length 40 min Get Email Contact

6. The Public Art Podcast

The Public Art Podcast Talking story with the artists, community members, project facilitators, small business owners, supporters and story holders working together to envision Wailuku as a public arts district.
Play 19 episodes / year Avg Length 56 min Get Email Contact

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